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The Western Cape High Court heard the public protector's interdict to prevent President Cyril Ramaphosa from suspending her on Wednesday. Photo from the archive. President Cyril Ramaphosa cannot be involved in a bid to suspend Busisiwe Mkhwebane, according to her legal team, lead by Dali Mpofu SC.

Mkhwebane took her case to the Western Cape High Court in an attempt to prevent Ramaphosa from suspending her. Mkhwebane is being victimized by the president, speaker of parliament, and chief justice, according to Mpofu. Parliament, according to Mpofu, is fooling the court.

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